Webinar // Session 3 - Overview of water governance studies in Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama and Peru
The FAO ‘Water Governance Analysis for Transformational Change’ webinar series deals with some of the dynamics of water governance at the global level and reflect on the way forward to strengthen water governance for people, the planet and prosperity. This session provides an overview of water governance studies in Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama and Peru.
About the webinar series
The first module of the webinar series on ‘Water Governance Analysis for Transformational Change’ was held from 7 November to 21 December 2022. It started with a general introduction into the FAO Water Governance analysis methodological framework and how it was applied in Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. The six weekly webinars focussed on each of the five countries with two sessions dedicated to Morocco. This Module was organised under the WEPS-NENA project funded by SIDA.
The second module Going global - Key water governance priorities and insights for the future will start on 18 January 2023. it aims at opening the scope of water governance to other regions and networks to understand some of the dynamics at the global level and reflect on the way forward to strengthen water governance for people, the planet and prosperity.
This module will have a more global perspective with examples of water governance analyses from Europe, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean, hence broadening the scope of the use of water governance analysis and looking at other methodologies and experiences.
About the session
This third webinar of Module II Overview of water governance studies in Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, and Peru will cover an overview of water governance studies that were developed between 2019 and 2021 in Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama and Peru. The territories of the analysis are watersheds specialized in agriculture and chosen with each national counterpart. The OECD Water Governance Indicator Framework that was adopted for the assessment will be briefly presented, coupled with how the team integrated in the analysis food security, climate resilience, and water security dimensions. The session will share the methodology adopted for data collection (secondary data combined with data and information from semi-structured interviews, territorial feedback, consultation workshops, as well as national and subregional dialogues), the analysis undertaken and results.
The webinar targets interested people involved in water management and governance. The target audience includes stakeholders working in the public sector, decision-makers, development practitioners and academics.
More information and registration
Find more details about the event and registration information in the webinar flyer here.